El Hostal Puerta Bisagra
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... for dinner.
Tiny narrow streets with sails suspended over them to give shade. We didn't have a plan so just wandered around. Very quiet town so not easy to find somewhere. All the streets so narrow that cars only just fit..pedestrians have to step into doorways to avoid being hit. Finally find a Tapas bar. Very lively so we were lucky to get ...
... back side of the main altar, are completely sublime.
The Sacristy also holds and especially impressive art gallery with many works
by El Greco.
Unfortunately, Toledo’s cathedral is difficult to get much
of an overall exterior impressions since it is situated in the dense network of
streets in the old city with houses, stores, and other buildings virtually ...
... ordered Paella and beer which was great! We boarded the bus and it took us four hours to get to Cordoba. According to Daniel there are 400 million olive oil trees here in Cordova, but the best place to buy olive oil is in Barcelona. We arrived in Cordova at 6:30. Our hotel here is beautiful. The shower/ bath tub area was unique. It had two huge shower heads and a deep jacuzzi tub all enclosed together. It felt so good to soak after all the walking we've been doing. ...
... be as you say", was the answer, and they turned it into the most sterile, boring environment I have ever seen. Long empty corridors with the occasional badly lit display case or dummy dressed in old badly fitting uniform.
After 15 minutes I couldn't take any more of it, but it was set up like a maze and there were no signs to show the way out, so it took another 15 minutes to break out of the place.
Alright I thought, I'll wonder through the narrow streets of the old town and ...
... a fence at what appears like the ruins of a circus. Oh.
Over lunch a quick search on the phone reveals the highlights of Merida, mostly as a well excavated Roman town. Photos of the theater are impressive, and the satellite shows the center of the ensemble to be less than a mile away so we agree we'll do a cursory drive by to see what's open to the public. The classics student in me is giddy with excitement, although that is not shared universally amongst my travel ...